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2018-02-09 | Phishing the Olympics, Georgia SB-315, and accidental DDoS
Friday, February 9
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Registered users can change app password permissions for any user [7 upvotes] - $100 bounty for this report to Nextcloud by @icewater.
Data-Tags and the New HTML Sanitizer Subverts CSRF protection [4 upvotes] - $2,000 bounty for this report to Ruby on Rails by @benmmurphy. \
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TWEET OF THE DAY
North Korean hackers had to bring in $100,000 a year, however they could, to funnel back to the regime. They get to keep less than 10% of it - @josephfcox
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
iPhone’s boot-up source code posted to GitHub but Apple taps DMCA to get it removed
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